1. The 2006 software will be put in place sometime during the first few weeks of February. Everything will be up to date and ready for 2006 then.
2. You can just avoid setting a tie-breaker during the regular season, and then set one up once playoffs start. That shouldn't be a problem.
It's kind of cool how they are giving earlybirds either a draft board, league champion t-shirt, or trophy this year.
The writers on the site were HORRIBLE last year, but at least they kept the price of the commish software the same as 2005 ($130).
CBS's live scoring and game tracker keeps getting better. I don't get how people rationalize playing free yahoo then buying stat tracker. By the time everyone in your league gets stat tracker you could have paid for CBS.
Sportsline continues to improve the depth of their player pool. And when they don't have someone in their system yet, you can easily create a temporary filler profile untill they make a real one.
Last year CBS made it so scheduling is automatically weighted toward divisional play
. So, don't make divisions unless you want weighted play.
You can create any stat that is made from the 60 or so basic stats that CBS has. Like, you could have a league that gives weight to home runs per at bat.
I love writing and posting articles on my league's homepage. Although there aren't many formatting options, you can include a picture and caption with your article.
Having a league finance page is pretty handy.
The league record book section has potential.
I could keep going...but I'd just be rambling. Let me know if you have any questions. This will be my fourth year using the commish software.